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Kabelo Dipholo
OCCASSION: DSTV Delicious International Food and Music Festival

X-rated tales from the DSTV Delicious Music Fest

The old bones are still creaking, and the muscles still sore from scaling Mzansi’s landscapes for nine days straight.

With a team of journalists and influencers from Botswana, I left Sir Seretse Khama International Airport aboard SA-Airlink on the morning of September 22nd.

Destination; Sandton Johannesburg for the two day DSTV Delicious International Food and Music Festival at Kyalami GrandPrix Circuit in Midrand.

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LUNCH TIME: Slotjhile Pub & Shisanyama in Tembisa

A fully-paid up trip courtesy of South African Tourism.

With more than 50 other scribes and social media influencers from 10 African states, we checked in at Maslow Hotel where we spent the rest of the morning exchanging pleasantries, swigging off bottles, flirting and updating statuses.

Friday morning was reserved for a tour of the Constitution Hill, a living museum that tells the story of South Africa’s journey to democracy.

The former prison and military fort has claimed the scalps of some of SA’s iconic figures such as Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi, Joe Slovo, Albertina Sisulu, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela and Fatima Meer.

Thousands of tourists come here weekly to learn more about South Africa’s bloodied and racist past.

An afternoon at Chaf Pozi, famed for the majestic Soweto twin towers was what the crew needed after listening to harrowing struggle stories from the tour guide.

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It is here that dare devils took turns to bungee jump and SCAD free fall from the towers.

This was essentially foreplay for the steamy engagement in the next two days.

The DSTV Delicious Music Fest is renowned for it’s A-list performers and exotic dishes to tantalize one’s taste buds.

The organisers didn’t disappoint, giving us a VVIP treatment, chauffer-driving us to the entry point upon top of the range Mercedez Benz.

I went for the C-300e Saloon plug-in hybrid. A smooth, feminine yet powerful car.

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Headlining the show on Saturday was Nigerian megastar Burna Boy, and on Sunday we had Grammy Award winners Baby Face and Angie Stone on standby.

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ON THE SAX: Baby Face

By nightfall on Saturday it became evident that revelers were in for only one artist, and they were getting impatient.

With hits such as On the low, Last Last, Gbona and remixes with the likes of Master KG’s Jerusalem and AKA’s All eyes on me, Burna Boy is a fan favorite.

The Kyalami Grandprix Circuit erupted with euphoria when he finally stepped on stage is his glaring velvet fur jacket, a red shirt with two buttons undone at the chest.

Ladies lost it, with some’s modesty only saved by the barrier fence. This was the Nigerian’s return to SA since 2019, after deciding to boycott the country over xenophobic attacks.

It was clearly all in the past now as soon thousands that had filled up the small space were singing “Shayoooooo” to Burna’s Last Last song.

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ON SONG: Burna Boy

Sunday was for unwinding with great music and food from the American duo.

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The perfect mood was set right earlier by different jazz artists paying tribute to the legendary Miriam Makeba.

But, the lights were turned down low when Angie Stone stepped on stage.

The actor, singer and songwriter rose to fame in the late 1970s as member of the hip hop trio The Sequence.

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NO MORE RAIN: Angie Stone

In the early 1990s, she became a member of the R&B trio Vertical Hold before going solo.

She belted some of her hits including ‘Brotha’, Everyday, Wish I didn’t miss, and No more rain which had both men and women in tears.

In came Baby Face with the 90’s two step dance, and singing a medley of all the hits he produced for artists and groups such as New Edition, Tevin Campbell, Bobby Brown, Boys II Men and Whitney Houston.

Ageless and timeless, the 64 year old born Kenneth Brian Edmonds had us eating out the palm of his hands.

He sent us into nostalgia, brought back memories of our first kisses and break-ups.

With his soothing voice, he serenaded us, flipped us over and gave us a blinding eargasm!

You don’t wanna miss the 2023 edition.

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